The game has a number of new features for gamers who want to be able to enjoy Star Wars in a way that will work on both the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One.
First and foremost, the game is now compatible with Xbox One, the company confirmed today.
That means it can play on the console with its existing controllers and Xbox One Headset adapter.
Second, the Xbox app can now be used to access and share screenshots, screenshots, and more screenshots from the game’s various scenes.
It’s also possible to play on your Xbox One controller or even on your PS4’s DualShock 4 controller with the game.
The Xbox app is also a bit more streamlined.
It now supports sharing screenshots from your game with your friends and the like.
The new app also includes a “snapshot mode” that lets you take a quick snapshot of your gameplay and share it with friends.
Microsoft has also added the ability to play “capture” mode, in which you can capture screenshots of your game’s action in real time, allowing you to share those with your Xbox Live friends.
The game also includes “captured” screenshots that can be shared with friends and family, as well as “live-streamed” screenshots of gameplay.
All of these features are coming to Xbox One and will be coming to all platforms soon, according to a Microsoft representative.
Microsoft will also be releasing an Xbox Live Arcade game later this month, which is a bit of a different beast from Star Wars Battlefront 2, which has been released on Xbox Live for a year.
Xbox Live is currently open to the public.
Microsoft also has a free-to-play version of Star Wars: Battlefront for Xbox One called Battlefront: X-Wing Alliance that is also coming later this year.
Microsoft hasn’t announced which games will be compatible with Battlefront, but we’ll update this story if we hear any details.